Parent & Baby Group
A weekly Parent & Baby Group inclusive of all gender identities.
PARENT BABY SPRING COHORT STARTS MAY 3RD
FOR FAMILIES WITH BABIES 6MO. AND YOUNGER
COME, CONNECT, BUILD COMMUNITY
SEE MORE INFO BELOW AND EMAIL:
Jamie at email@example.com for more information.
INDOORS AND IN PERSON!! See below for new cohort format and price (no longer drop-in)
Becoming a parent is life changing! It can feel blissful, intimidating, easy, and hard or all of the above. Early parenting groups support new families in connecting and finding community as they navigate the transition to parenthood.
Join Jamie Hawkins for a weekly parent-baby group open to the public and available to anyone parenting a baby aged 6 months or younger.
See below for more details.
Every Wednesday MAY 3 TO MAY 31
10am - 11:30am
MEETING ON THE NEAR EAST SIDE OF MADISON,
FOR EXACT ADDRESS YOU MUST BE A REGISTERED PARTICIPANT
The PBG will be be trying out a new format this Spring. With the goal of building community Jamie will be hosting a cohort of families with babes 6mo and younger. You need to register for all five sessions with the goal of committing to getting to know a group of parents over the course of the month and building community you can keep as your babies continue to grow! (of course you're allowed to be late, leave early, miss a date if needed)
Required $50 payment to Jamie Hawkins via Venmo @jmehawkins
Email Jamie at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and the name of other attendees and your babies age. Jamie will respond with additional details about the group (including address).
Registration will be capped at 10 families
We ask that all participants be fully vaccinated
Jamie Hawkins, Postpartum Doula
please contact email@example.com with any questions
This group is open to all parents of any gender identity. We welcome all parents, honoring their experiences, identities, and voices through a culture of belonging and acceptance. We believe that human connection is at the heart of meaningful parent support. Through shared experience, parents know they are not alone. Here we share our stories, ask hard questions, reminisce about the joys, and maybe (most likely) cry a little. We show up and speak up with humility, vulnerability, humor, and strength.